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Scientists Are Using Milk to Make Edible Food Wrappers

It might also help keep your corn flakes crunchy That convenient plastic wrapper around your string cheese could soon be edible, thanks to the work of scientists at the USDA. According to a release by the American Chemical Society, a...Show More Summary

Customers Leave Waitress Anti-Immigrant Note Instead of Tip

Again There’s just something about tipping that empowers certain people to leave behind their common decency and unleash their worst prejudices. Sadie Elledge says she was working her regular waitressing shift Monday at Jess’ Lunch in...Show More Summary

Orange Juice Boycotts, Refugee Restaurants, and More Long Reads

Five food-inspired stories to dig into this weekend On this summer weekend, start your day with a glass of orange juice — the activist kind. In this week’s top long reads, James Beard award-winning writer John Birdsall retraces the fascinating...Show More Summary

This Alarm Clock Will Wake You up With a Large Knife Chopping Next to Your Head

Why? If a traditional buzzing alarm clock or music aren't strong enough to wake you up, perhaps the sound of some home cooking will do the job. A company in Japan has created the Jikkalarm, reports Rocket News 24, and it's meant to mimic...Show More Summary

Don’t Panic: Gordon Ramsay Has Three New Cookbooks in the Works

First one hits shelves this fall Shouty chef and mobile video game star Gordon Ramsay is writing not one, but three new cookbooks. Ramsay has a deal in place with publisher Hodder & Stoughton, reports the Bookseller, and the first will be released this fall. Show More Summary

This Restaurant Has Jet-Powered Sushi Boats and a Marine Biologist on Staff (Seriously)

Is that really necessary? What kind of restaurant employs a marine biologist? One that's located in the wealthiest county in America, obviously. Ocean Blue hit the well-to-do Washington DC suburb of Sterling, Virginia earlier this week,...Show More Summary

Brace for a 'Jiro Dreams of Sushi' Parody Starring Fred Armisen and Bill Hader

'Documentary Now!' returns to IFC in September One of the best films to captivate the food world in recent years has been Jiro Dreams of Sushi. The documentary, which follows 85-year old sushi chef Jiro Ono of Tokyo's three MichelinShow More Summary

New Craft Beer Wistfully Remembers a Pre-Kardashian Kanye

Do you miss the old Kanye, too? For many Kanye West fans, the rapper's life can be divided into two distinctly disparate eras: pre-Kardashians (P.K.) and after Kardashians (A.K.). Those who wistfully remember a time before Kanye wore...Show More Summary

How Wheaties Set the Gold-Medal Standard for Sports Endorsements

From Caitlyn Jenner to Michael Phelps, why the iconic cereal box endures Whether or not breakfast really is the most important meal of the day remains up for debate, but in recent years it’s emerged as a gigantic growth opportunity for food manufacturers and restaurants alike — just ask McDonald’s. Show More Summary

What Is Tomato Pie, Anyway?

Anyone who has done the deep dive into regional American pizza styles knows that the familiar, floppy street slice is just the tip of the iceberg. Charred, clam-studded pies are the name of the game in New Haven, marinara-topped squares...Show More Summary

Mindy Kaling, Erin Andrews, Colin Hanks to Star in New Celeb Cooking Show

Chefs like Marcus Samuelsson and Susan Feniger will teach famous people to cook Finally, something worth watching on Food Network besides Chopped: A new cooking competition called Star Plates will feature a bevy of famous people cooking...Show More Summary

Will T.I. Play a Better Restaurateur On-Screen Than He Does IRL?

He'll save his family's business in an upcoming movie, but meanwhile his own restaurant is flailing In a rather eyebrow-raising casting decision, an upcoming film will feature rapper T.I. playing a man who swoops in to save his family's restaurant. Show More Summary

Mark Wahlberg's Wahlburgers Sued for Stiffing Its Employees

Staff say they weren't paid overtime and had tips withheld Wahlburgers, the reality show-famous burger chain run by actor Mark Wahlberg and his family, is being accused of stiffing its employees. A class-action lawsuit filed by fiveShow More Summary

Embattled Celebrity Chef Paul Qui Plans an Austin Revamp

Qui will close his eponymous restaurant and open something new at the same address Four months following an arrest on assault charges, celebrity chef Paul Qui has revealed he's planning to close his namesake establishment. But, he isn't going anywhere. Show More Summary

Guy Fieri Is Taking Disney World to Flavortown

This is totally out of bounds Guy Fieri is overseeing a menu revamp for the Planet Hollywood restaurant at Walt Disney World's Disney Springs development. Yes, you read that correctly. Fieri, the koolest kat around and Mayor of Flavortown, is joining forces with Planet Hollywood and Disney World. Show More Summary

If You Eat Too Many Pot Brownies, You Might Yell Obscenities at Your Cat

That is some serious trippin' With recreational marijuana use becoming more acceptable in modern society, the edibles industry is booming. Tasty, THC-laced products range from a Nutella-like substance to cannabis-infused lemonade. But the classic pot brownie remains as the preferred snack to get one baked. Show More Summary

Soylent's Latest Innovation Is a Chewable Nutrition Bar

It’s no longer just a liquid-based lifestyle From the company that brought the world an entirely liquid-based diet devoid of the joys of different flavors comes a new experience: Soylent is now in the business of actual eating. ThisShow More Summary

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